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The Entrepreneurís Guide to Business Lawby Bagley, Constance E.; Dauchy, Craig E.
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The updated 4th Edition of The Entrepreneur's Guide to Business Law takes you through the various stages of starting a business--from start-up and growth to an initial public offering--while highlighting the legal preparations and pitfalls that go along with them.
Bagley has the ability to provide just the right amount of background information and to take the reader through the steps in the formation of a new company. He goes into great detail about all aspects of Business Law. Packed with practical strategies for managing legal issues , this textbook presents the essentials on leaving your job, competing with a former employer, contract law, and bankruptcy, as well as on the most current issues like clean energy, e-commerce, and the effects of the recent recession on entrepreneurship.
Table of Contents
|Taking the Plunge|
|Leaving Your Employer|
|Selecting and Working with an Attorney|
|Deciding Whether to Incorporate|
|Structuring the Ownership|
|Forming and Working with the Board|
|Raising Money & Securities Regulation|
|Marshaling Human Resources|
|Contracts and Leases|
|E-Commerce and Sales of Goods and Services|
|Operational Liabilities & Insurance|
|Creditor's Rights and Bankruptcy|
|Intellectual Property and Cyberlaw|
|Buying and Selling a Business|
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